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Daub from 14LT324

Daub from 14LT324
Date: 6000 BCE-1000 CE
Daub, like these pieces, is the hardened remains of a clay or soil plastered structure. The clay has stick or grass impressions from when it was plastered onto the framework of the structure. Hardened by fire, this type of artifact preserves well and can sometimes be the only archeological clue that a structure was once present. These examples came from an archeological site in Labette County occupied multiple times from the Late Archaic through the Early Ceramic periods.


Daub from the Wullscheleger Site, 14MH301

Daub from the Wullscheleger Site, 14MH301
Date: 1-1800 CE
This fragment of daub was recovered from the Wullscheleger site in Marshall County and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1961. The village was occupied periodically from the Early Ceramic to the Late Ceramic periods. Daub is the hardened remains of a clay or soil plastered structure. The clay has stick or grass impressions from when it was plastered onto the framework of the structure. Hardened by fire, this type of artifact preserves well and can sometimes be the only archeological clue that a structure was once present.


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